Kelly Clarkson has just announced her highly anticipated post-divorce album, “Chemistry”. The 40-year-old pop superstar reveals that working on the album was a three-year process, and despite considering not releasing it, she confirms that it will soon be available to her fans.
In her Instagram post, Clarkson details the meaning behind the title of her album. She explains how she wanted to find a word that could represent the ups and downs of a relationship. According to the American Idol winner, “Chemistry can be a really amazing, sexy, cool, fun thing, but it can also be very bad for you. So that’s why I named it Chemistry, I thought it was the perfect title to describe the entire album.”
Throughout the years, Clarkson has always been known for being candid about her personal life, and the upcoming album is no exception. In an interview in 2020, she spoke about how during the entire relationship, with her ex-husband Brandon Blackstock, there were good, bad, and ugly moments, and she found it essential to reflect that in her album.
The album is a clear reflection of her emotional journey from her separation and divorce from Brandon Blackstone, with whom she has two children. For Kelly, the album represents the “arc of a relationship,” starting with the beautiful and sweet moments and descending into the darker times.
Clarkson has been busy with other releases, including 2020’s “I Dare You” and 2021’s “When Christmas Comes Around.” However, “Chemistry” promises to be her most personal release yet, with much of the material coming from songs she wrote two years ago, around the time of her divorce. The album is a reflection of Clarkson’s journey in overcoming the pain and turmoil of a challenging time.
In conclusion, Kelly Clarkson’s “Chemistry” is a raw and honest reflection of the intricate nature of love and relationships. With this release, fans can expect to be taken on a journey of self-reflection and healing through music. Finally, fans of the superstar can look forward to more of the emotionally charged and soulful music from one of the music industry’s most loved performers.
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Ref: Kelly Clarkson Announces Post-Divorce Album ‘Chemistry,’ Explains Meaning Behind the Title – Billboard